Pulchritudinous Book 1

Rated 4.85/5 based on 46 reviews
A young boys journey of learning. How appearances mean nothing. How you must consider others when decision making and how everything can change as you move through your life.
PLEASE NOTE: This is the combined story which were published here in 10 parts.. All covers are also left in as requested by some readers. Part 1 of Book 2 is 'tagged on' at the end.
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TiraGP reviewed on on July 24, 2017

A fun read for kids or for adults to read to a child. Involves a mysterious world kind of like Jungle Book meets Alice in Wonderland and includes many good life lessons (a bit didactic though).
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HappyChloe reviewed on on May 23, 2017

Cute book and the neighbor girl loved it when I read it to her! It is full of important life lessons. Very well done. Thank you.
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MauveB reviewed on on Nov. 4, 2016

Read this to my granddaughter last evening before her bedtime. She very much enjoyed it. Gave my daughter a copy also, so she can read it over and over. Puck is a delightful little boy full of adventure and wanting so badly to be a part of everything. Wonderful descriptions with very cute drawings. Thank you Ms. Arditto for providing this wonderful story for children and adults!
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Pamela Richardson reviewed on on Jan. 24, 2016

Pulchritudinous Book 1 is about a beautiful, lonely little boy named Puck. He grew up in isolation, dreamed of friends, and longed for adventure. Book 1 is a delightful story of innocence. What a pleasure it was to tag along with Puck on his adventures and to meet his new friends. Puck’s adventures were so beautifully described that I felt I was there, walking with them along the brook and into the forests and caves.

I like this book because when I came to the end, I thought darn, it’s over. But it wasn’t really because the author gave me a sneak peek into book 2. That was a treat. I recommend this book for children that like magical adventures and forever friends. You’ll love this book so much that you won’t be able to put it down.

The author’s writing style and illustrations make for a charming book that you will not soon forget. I especially liked the authors quote at the end, “Puck will continue to travel through to his teen years and into manhood as long as I am able to type.”
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WGACA reviewed on on Dec. 18, 2015

This is a well written and wonderfully illustrated story of a boy living in a magical forest. Many good life lessons about growing up with values are embedded in the story. This one includes all the titles in the series.
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LoraineT reviewed on on Oct. 30, 2015

A beautifully described story with wonderful images. Children would be delighted to have this read to them.
We do need more stories like this.
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James Hold reviewed on on Sep. 1, 2015

Well-told. Children should enjoy this.
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brunobadboy111 reviewed on on Aug. 22, 2015

I've buy it for my son but it wasn't really useful and he didn't like it really...
not recommended...
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A. D. Nance reviewed on on May 26, 2015

A charming and gentle read for young and older. We need more non-toxic stories like this for children. The illustrations were many and darling. And I see you have an abundance of readers/ reviewers that love you. Wow. Great work.
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Kevin Lokten reviewed on on May 3, 2015

Excellent children's book.
An absolute pleasure that the grandkids will like when I show it to them.
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